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A new technique for securing and storing carbon dioxide could help to unlock the North Sea's "vast" CO2 storage potential, researchers claim.

2015-09-10


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Altitude London - Milbank Tower -- As a lead Sponsor of the forthcoming BRE Connected Cities Convention event, Landmark Information Group, the UK's leading supplier of digital mapping, property and environmental risk information, will be delivering insight to town planners, architects and developers on the key constraints that challenge the development of 'connected buildings and cities' and how quality data can resolve them.

2015-09-08


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A rise in fracking in the US has had a great effect on the North Sea sector, causing many to question what lies ahead

2015-09-07


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This week, Burners are flocking to Black Rock City in search of a hedonistic getaway and plenty of dancing. But could that dancing cause an earthquake?

2015-09-03


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There’s enough people at this week’s Burning Man festival to make the seismic needle quiver, says our expert Paul Denton from the British Geological Survey.

2015-09-02


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The UK government’s plan to fast-track shale gas planning applications through a new, dedicated planning process has brought into sharp relief the need for reliable data to inform the decision-making processes with regard to the granting or refusing of permits.

2015-08-31


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Nobody likes having to stand around and wait for their bus to turn up, but believe us when we tell you – things could be a whole lot worse.

2015-08-31


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August 25, 2015 — Cardiff University has been successfully using GeoVisionary within the MAREN2 project to accurately visualise large LIDAR data sets of water levels, coastal land forms and bathymetry, so stakeholders can assess the impact of proposed renewable energy schemes.

2015-08-25


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SCIENTISTS have uncovered the truth about a mysterious animal tooth once believed to belong to an Ice Age leopard.

2015-08-25


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The Crown Estate and the British Geological Survey now offer free, licenced access to the CO2 Stored database for subscribers via a more user-friendly website.

2015-08-21


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The Tryptophan Probe: a simple field-based sensor for mapping faecal pollution in drinking water

2015-08-19


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As the British government looks to kick start the industry, the British Geological Survey said it's conducting baseline surveys at a new proposed fracking site.

2015-08-17


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Nuclear waste could remain radioactive for at least 100,000 years

2015-08-17


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Astronaut Scott Kelly captured this fantastic time lapse of the Aurora Borealis co-inciding with a sunrise over Earth

2015-08-16


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As the British government looks to kick start the industry, the British Geological Survey said it's conducting baseline surveys at a new proposed fracking site. The British Geological Survey announced it was leading a consortium tasked with a baseline environmental survey in Yorkshire, where Third Energy U.K. Gas Ltd. has submitted an application to use hydraulic fracturing at one well site.

2015-08-14


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Inspired by the Ordnance Survey (Britain's mapping agency), The British Geological Survey (BGS) initially reproduced a 2D geology of mainland Great Britain and surrounding islands within the world of Minecraft

2015-08-06


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It's been said that world-changing innovations are only obvious in hindsight.

2015-08-05


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Paris - Technology to drain heat-trapping CO2 from the atmosphere may slow global warming, but will not reverse climate damage to the ocean on any meaningful time scale, according to research published on Monday.

2015-08-04


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Phosphate that is put into our drinking water to prevent lead poisoning can potentially cause environmental damage as a result of leakage, according to a ground breaking study by Lancaster University and the British Geological Survey (BGS).

2015-08-04


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After 100 years lying forgotten in a dusty museum box, a ground-breaking piece of scientific creativity is back on display in Cambridge.

2015-08-01

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